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This paper analyzes the quality versus quantity of longevity of life in accordance with society and bioethics. This is followed through by the analysis of Dr. Emmanuel’s “Why I Hope to Die at 75” article and a rebuttal to it from “Bioethics and Why I Hope to Live Beyond Age 75 Attaining Wisdom!” by Miguel Faria. Dr. Emanuel discusses the destructive notion of the “American Immortal” by how it imposes in supportive cost on society and how old age deprives...
In a modern world, longevity is convinced as one of the most important parts for human-beings, more and more people want to have a long lifespan. Scientists are dedicating on which parts would be more important in human lifespan, genes or behavior. Some people believe that our genes depend on our parents, most of the diseases are caused by family inheritance, family history is one of the strongest risk factors for common disease such as cancer, diabetes, heart disease and...
Longevity is a great thing that everyone wants to get. In Chinese history many empires want to find the way to get longevity, and they have found lots of different food and strange medicine to let them live longer. Using modern technology, it has been scientifically established that most factors in longevity are determined by an individual’s lifestyle, with genes only get a supporting role, longevity most is mainly based on the lifestyle and eating habits. In terms of lifestyle,...
In the social context, men have been perceived as being the superior gender throughout time. However, with more focus on scientific justification, it has been proven that men do not live as long as women. Research proves that there is a definitive role for gender within health and illness. There are many factors that are instrumental in understanding which health-related differences arise within men in contrast with women. Such factors include the gender differences present in illness, the role of...